Juleta lives in her hometown of Calgary, Alberta where she writes, teaches poetry and performance at the Mount Royal University Conservatory, works as a birth doula, and mothers two wonderful children. Her poetry has been previously published in All That Uneasy Spring (a Leaf Press chapbook ed. Patrick Lane), the journals NõD and Freefall, and online at Verse Daily and The House of Blue Skies. In 2010 her chapbook A Hundred Pelts won Freefall press' 20th Anniversary contest for poetry.
Micheline Maylor's new book, Whirr & Click is now available. Micheline teaches creative writing, poetry, fiction, non-fiction, and composition at Mount Royal University. She serves as guest editor for Frontenac’s renowned Quartet series for Fall, 2013. She serves as the President and co-founder of Freefall Literary Society, and is the editor-in-chief of FreeFall literary magazine. Her first book is titled Full Depth: The Raymond Knister Poems (2007) and is available through Wolsak & Wynn. Micheline Maylor has a Ph.D. from the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne in English Language and Literature with a specialisation in Creative Writing and 20th Century Canadian Literature.
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